Michigan Solar Solutions is Pearl Certified!

Only the network of elite, highly-quality contractors can offer Pearl Certification. Michigan Solar Solutions is the only Pearl Certified solar contractor in Michigan.

In other words, you can have peace of mind that Michigan Solar Solutions is the right choice.

Thanks to our partnership with Pearl Certification, we’re able to bring you even more benefits that increase the efficiency and value of your home. Choosing high-performing systems has always been a smart decision. It’s even more important now!

A recent study found that Pearl-certified homes command a 5% sales price premium and solar installations can add $4 per watt of installed photovoltaic capacity to the sales price.

Many homeowners and buyers are looking beyond aesthetics to prioritize home features that make the home comfortable and healthy and save on utility bills. According to Zillow, nearly half of homebuyers now seek energy-efficient features when they’re shopping for homes.

While you enjoy the improved comfort and energy efficiency of your home, MSS provides a Pearl Certification Report highlighting the added value of solar,  in Michigan’s real estate markets. Through our relationship with Pearl, we ensure that the upgrades you’ve chosen—are documented and certified by an independent third party.

Pearl’s certification system shows you how your home performs and the steps you can take to enhance that performance. Each improvement a Pearl Certified Professional makes to your home can earns a Pearl Certification.

Pearl Certification tells future home buyers that your home is different from the rest. . . .it’s better. . . and that’s important!

So look to Michigan Solar Solutions, your local Pearl Advantage contractor, from Grand Rapids to Alpena to Monroe and everywhere in between (Michigan’s lower peninsula,) to help you create a healthier, more comfortable living space. Contact MSS to see how you can tap the power of Pearl.

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